‘Versailles’ Review: Series Premiere

“Welcome to Versailles!” The awe-inspiring drama has finally made its way to us via Ovation TV. Versailles begins in France in 1667. You will be exploring the great world of King Louis XIV, played brilliantly by George Blagden. If you watched Vikings, you are well aware of the depth and range of this phenomenal actor. Athelstan broke your heart in … [Read more...]

‘The Exorcist’ Review: Series Premiere

Get ready to celebrate Halloween early with the premiere of The Exorcist on FOX. This is the horror series of the season with striking visuals and tension so strong that your soul may just weep. Do you like it when your bones get that special kind of chill and your blood curdles? If so, this is your show. Don’t miss the series premiere of the … [Read more...]

‘Lethal Weapon’ Review: Series Premiere

Get ready because FOX has your Wednesday nights locked down. Who can resist the pairing of Lethal Weapon and Empire? Talk about a very interesting crossover concept. You know Cookie (Taraji P. Henson) would definitely bust out her broom. Oh, how I adore that no nonsense woman. Lethal Weapon is an action-packed series based on the popular films. … [Read more...]

‘Lucifer’ Review: Season Two Premiere “Everything’s Coming Up Lucifer”

Lucifer returns! The timing is just perfect because we clearly need more positive role models on television. I mean really, have you taken a gander at this current election? Even he would wash his hands of that fiasco. It’s clearly not his jam. If you enjoyed the first season, get ready for a deeper, darker, and cleverly intense second season. … [Read more...]

ANGIE TRIBECA Series Premiere Review

The entire first season of Angie Tribeca premieres tonight on TBS for 25 hours straight. The series was created by the perfectly bizarre minds of Steve and Nancy Carell. Angie Tribeca is definitely an homage to Airplane! and The Naked Gun franchise. The show is nothing but goofy, brainless fun that doesn’t pretend to be anything more and that’s … [Read more...]

COLONY Series Premiere Review

Colony premieres tonight on USA Network and you definitely need to check it out. It’s from the creative minds of Carlton Cuse (Lost) and Ryan Condal (Hercules). Since I’m already hooked on Bates Motel and The Strain, I figured I would give this Cuse series a shot and he wins again. Colony centers around a family that is trying to make things work … [Read more...]

FARGO Advance Review: “Fear and Trembling”

Things get mighty slippery in tonight’s encompassing episode of Fargo. The search for Rye Gerhardt continues as strange happenings are realized. Floyd has a difficult decision to make. Will she choose wisely? You are really not going to want to miss tonight’s episode. And if you haven’t realized it yet, Fargo is pure perfection. Last week’s … [Read more...]

FARGO Premiere Advance Review: “Waiting for Dutch”

Fargo returns this week with an all-new “true crime” case from 1979. What does that mean for your Monday nights? How about another round of brilliant storytelling and some really, really cool leather jackets. The spigot of creativity flows freely this season. Okay then. “Waiting for Dutch” - “In 1979, an unexpected turn of events at a diner … [Read more...]

AMERICAN HORROR STORY: HOTEL Premiere Advance Review: “Checking In”

American Horror Story is back tonight and I mean really, really back. Your timeless stay at the Hotel Cortez will be something for the record books. If you are not pleased with your experience then feel free to write a review on Yelp, but they have a strict “no refunds” policy. Why the hell would you want to leave? American Horror Story: Hotel … [Read more...]

THE FLASH Season 2 Premiere Advance Review: “The Man Who Saved Central City”

The Flash zooms into its second season premiere with “The Man Who Saved Central City.” The episode begins months after the singularity struck Central City. Still blaming himself for the death of Eddie (Rick Cosnett), Barry (Grant Gustin) has decided to go it alone. He severs ties with his friends in order to keep them out of danger, protecting the … [Read more...]